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Residential Panel Upgrades St. Charles, Missouri

Power for your house comes in to the main electrical panel and from there is distributed throughout your house.

Under normal dry conditions your electric panel will last a long time. Your circuit breakers should last 30 to 40 years, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) estimates.

However, there are reasons why you may want or need to upgrade your electrical panel sooner.

  • You need to add a new circuit and your electric panel is already full
  • You need to upgrade to a higher amperage service
  • Your panel has become defective

The Gigawatts Difference

Gigawatts Electric provides excellent electrical service to all of St. Charles county. We hold a Better Business Bureau A+ rating as an electrical contractor.

From the first introduction, we make sure that every question you have is answered. We work with you to get the exact product you want and to put your mind at ease about the electrical work being done, and at every step along the way, you have direct access to the owner of the company.

When you need to upgrade your electric panel for new circuits or a higher amperage service, call Mike Adams of Gigawatts Electric at (314) 447-9444.

Panel Upgrades For Contractors & Remodelers, St. Charles County, MO

When doing major home renovations or adding rooms to existing homes, you often need to install a new electric panel to accommodate new circuitry or a service upgrade.

Gigawatts Electric services all of St. Charles county with professional electrical work. We are licensed, bonded and insured and have an A+ rating with the BBB.

Mike Adams, the owner of Gigawatts Electric, checks every job, making sure the work is done correctly.

When you contract with Gigawatts Electric for your electrical needs, you get professional work done accurately in a timely manner.

Gigawatts Electric can handle the electrical upgrades needed for your home remodeling or renovation project.
Call us at (314) 447-9444 to discuss your project’s electrical work.